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Volunteers needed for this week’s Big Spring Clean

The Big Spring Clean is set to continue this week in Walsall – and volunteers are being asked to help in Pelsall. The second half of the six-week project will see local groups, residents and Walsall Council come together to … Continue reading

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Pelsall Youth Voice campaign begins

Young people are urging urged Walsall Council to think again about its plans to close down Pelsall Youth Club. Pelsall Youth Voice was launched at the weekend, following reports that the youth club would be one of ten across the borough … Continue reading

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Pelsall Youth Centre users plan campaign to save facility

A group of young people is planning to launch a campaign to save Pelsall’s Youth Centre following reports that it is one of ten centres earmarked for closure. Councillor Garry Perry said users of the centre were prepared to look … Continue reading

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Pelsall man praises apprentice scheme for turning his life around

A Pelsall man has told how an apprenticeship scheme has given him the break he needed. Adam Duckhouse, who is 24, said after a difficult childhood, which led to suicidal thoughts as a teenager, the apprenticeship scheme through Walsall Works … Continue reading

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Councillor assures residents after bridge approval

Pelsall councillors say safeguards have been put in place for local residents, following the approval of the building of a replacement bridge alongside York’s Bridge. Coun Garry Perry made the statement after Walsall Council’s planning committee approved the scheme in … Continue reading

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Major roadworks to begin next week

Major roadworks are scheduled to begin in Pelsall next week. Details below: Phase One Wolverhampton Road highway maintenance scheme Construction work is to begin on 16th September and will start with the replacement of localised sections of footway and kerbing in the vicinity … Continue reading

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Possible changes to Red Cow pub

The Red Cow pub in Allens Lane could be converted into a house, following a planning application to Walsall Council to change its use. The troubled Marstons-owned pub, which has struggled to be profitable over the past few years, has … Continue reading

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Plaque dedicated for former GP re-installed

A new plaque has been dedicated to former Pelsall doctor Dr William Wallace McCullough, 60 years after the original was installed in the village. The updated memorial plaque celebrates the contributions made by Dr McCullough during his 15 years living … Continue reading

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Have your say on children’s centres

Parents, staff and community members are being invited to have their say on services provided by children’s centres as part of a consultation this summer. Walsall children’s services is looking at how well our children’s centres support families who need … Continue reading

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£10,000 grant awarded to Pelsall Hall

Pelsall Hall has been given a £10,000 boost after Walsall Council awarded it a grant to help create a woodland garden, allotments and a bowling green. The residential home, in Paradise Lane, applied for the council’s Quality Improvement Incentive Scheme, … Continue reading

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